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this morning about netflix' expansion plan in the south bay. voters may have the final say. matt is joining us to explain from los gatos. >> business is. booing for netflix. the stock is up 275 percent this year. now the expansion plans are getting a boost in los gatos. in 2012 the los gatos town counsel aproved the expand of business court on the other side of highway 85 from the current 250,000 square feet to 485,000 square feet. lawsuits have been filed challenging the new heights of the building. two los gatos residents have filed a letter of intent to circulate a petition if approved will allow for the business park to go on as landed blocking the ability of a court to stop development until the year 2021. supporters say the development provides up to $1 million in new property tax revenues for the schools. opponents say netflix has signed a lease agreement to stay and the legal challenges are about responsible development in the town. no word on how many signatures will be needed to get this on the ballot. >> happening now, this is the first weekday commute since the new fourth bore of t
lip which led to the battery charge. some students this morning told us they were surprised it happened here. >> it is again the norm to think that anyone would do that to a person to another human being ...just hurts to happen in our dorms. that crazy. >> the prosecution says they decided to file the hate crime charge because of the bullying and symbols of hatred and the fact he was the only person of color in the suite and the only one targeted. the three students could face a year in county jail. the black student union is holding a rally today at noon on campus. >> now the latest on the palo alto retiree being held prisoner in north korea, the 8 a year old has been stuck in the country if three weeks and our reporter, katie marzullo, is monitoring the story. >> his son says they are trying to get his heart medication to him. the swedish ambassador got it to the foreign affairs ministry but they do not know if he has it. the swedish department start is coordinating with the korean embassy. he was traveling with a friend who lives at th
the fall storm that does not want to leave yet. meteorologist mike nicco will tell us what to expect as you head out the door. >> from overnight the power goes out to thousands of pg&e cuss tores across the south bay and the newest update from crews trying to get the lights back on. >> we know how much san francisco spent for the event that allowed a little boy to become the contained d -- caped crusader for day. mike? >> we have live doppler 7 hd on livermore where the rain is pulling to the southeast down across the vineyards and a few sprinkles possible downtown and a few sprinkles to light rain through the amount pass with rain around bay point and pittsburg headed out highway 4 and willow pass road and all getting wet. also, as far as what will happen upstream we have a break on the left side of the screen that is another public of energy bringing wet weather the form of scattered showers this afternoon sfo arrival delays at 30 minutes and oakland and san jose on time. the steady rain this o and rain towns to scattered showers this a
are big when you have to say "no" to the president. >> thanks for joining us at 6:00. >> i am sure the president used a bat signal he could come back. >> first, the weather. mike? >> good morning, everyone, we will look at live doppler 7 hd with good news. it is dry. we have the possibility of poor air quality, though, on the "spare the air" day with no burning of wood unless you want to pay $100 fine or go to school. 46 degrees is the temperature at 7:00 around the bay. we are at 57 at noon. a few high clouds and you 61 in the afternoon and mid-50's in the evening. not so heavy a coast as needed this morning. in the 30's many inland valleys this morning. at 58 and hazy at noon. we will hang an the low-to-mid 60's and hazy throughout the afternoon. high clouds and mid-50's headed through the evening hours. at the coast, it is clear and 48 and a light freeze and up to 59 by noon. we have high clouds at 4:00 and 58 and cooler here at 52 with high clouds in the evening. dress promptly. >> someone flipped a switch. we did not experience too many accidents and suddenly a bunch popped up
>> good morning. glad to have you with us this morning. i'm katie marzullo. we will start you off with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi. we are picking up some clouds, especially higher clouds in the north bay. a spare-the-air day today and priviesible. it's a bit tricky out there. right now sfo down to three quarters of a mile and half moon bay a quarter of a mile. the fog does extend down through salinas and watsonville. it will be with us throughout the next two to three hours. then with this shallow layer burning off, we will be left with sunny conditions. a spare-the-air day once again. so by noontime we will be in the low 60s around most of the bay area neighborhood. still kind of hazy out there. it will take until the middle of the afternoon until we see more sunshine, but still air quality not great, especially in the north bay. high temperatures could see about 70 degrees in some neighborhoods and a quick cooling this evening. we are going to see more cool area in the bay area for the week ahead. i'll have that in a few minutes. >> th
>> without further ado we. fine out from mike using live doppler 7 hd where the rain and the drizzle could be. >> light-to-moderate rain showing up with green or yellow all the way up toward petaluma and rohnert park moving away from you and headed over to american can beyond and napa is you will get sprinkles to light rain again as the waves keep rolling through the north bay stretching all the way back to the president plume marshal road and point reyes station and bodega bay all getting light rain to moderate rain sliding to the east and southeast. it looks like it could head into san francisco as far south as pacifica and daly city if it holds together. from now until 7:00. the best chance for measurable rain in the morning commute will be from the bay bridge north. as we head to noon, everyone is get light rain, the lightest in the south bay but you will pick up if intensity the hardest -- the commute with the wettest roads is in the evening. temperatures are stay in the mid-50's to low 60's and well all get light rain at 7:00. if the kids have practice check the
that will pick up bart passengers in milbrae. those folks will were helped out. other folks my have to use another form of mass transit or casual car pool or drive your own car. 580 westbound from tracy to dublin is 38 minutes and highway 4 westbound antioch to concord is 4 minutes and 101 southbound from san rafael to san francisco is 17 minutes and with the wind we have a lot of debris causing slow downs. so far, we have not been hearing of any major accidents so we will hope it stays that way and we start the weekend off on a good foot. live doppler 7 hd shows radar satellite returns and we do not see any radar runs because it is looking dry. we did have rain early this week which we desperately needed and now everything is cleared with dry cdionons. with that we have plenty of wind and to the bay bridge it is bouncing up-and-down and that is because we have some of our highest winds in the east bay. proceed with caution. our gusts now are 29 miles per hour in napa and 32 in petaluma and 22 miles per hour in hair and calmer along the peninsula into the south bay the as we look at our da
for joining us. tragedy could affect your commute. >> correct. in oakland, we have a fatal accident. someone was running across the freeway and a car hit them. this is westbound 580 with a sig-alert in effect. the left lanes are blocked until we get further word but 39 miles per hour is the top speed. avoid westbound 580. take 880 instead. we thought this would do something for the bay bridge toll plaza and it could lighten the traffic. that is not the case. this is coming away from emeryville with the metering lights on at 10:00 with tons of traffic moving from emeryville to san francisco. >> live doppler 7 hd shows high clouds again keeping the temperatures up. it is not so cool as yesterday. we will start mainly in the 50's around the bay and in the mid-to-upper 60's by noon and upper 60's by 4:00 and upper 50's by 7:00. high clouds dominate the sky. filtered sunshine through inland valleys. 47 and then upper 50's by 7:00. the coast will be cooler than yesterday. 48 under clouds this morning. we will touch low 60's by noon. we will fall into the 50's by 4:00 and fall into the low 50's by
>>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning. thanks for joining us on this thanksgiving morning. >> we do have a lot to be thankful for because compared to the rest of the nation our both is beautiful for thanksgiving. >> we will check with leyla gulen. it is nice, right, leyla gulen? >> it is. we expected to see a possibility of rain but we are not going to see any rain whatever until next week. as we look at our live doppler 7 hd satellite we have high clouds we are waking up to but mild and calm conditions for much of the day and the welcome. from our camera, toward the embarcadero and the bay bridge you can see how clear it is. we do have temperatures we are waking up to in the 50's and the 40's. sfo shows no flight delays so you are in good shape. scattered clouds over sfo and dry today and over the weekend and cooler next week with the policy light rain between tuesday and thursday with the seven-day forecast coming up in a little bit. if you are headed to the roads traveling to be with family, friends, happy thanksgiving. we have lots of green
at fifth and jackson had to be cleared before the evening rush hour. >> folks are using see, click, fix, an online application where you can use your smartphone and allow us to know where there are downed trees. >> reporter: everywhere debris is pushed to the side of the road, even taking up parking spaces for potential customers at ledger's liquor store in berkeley. >> they said they had 130 calls and trying to move along and pick it up as they can. >> reporter: a 50-foot cypress tree is still leaning against this home in berkeley. >> if we were a one story house, it definitely would have come through our house. >> reporter: tree clears crews are working quickly but safely. alan wang, abc 7 news. >>> now is the time to inspect your trees before the next storm. if a tree in your property has been marked with a red "x" it's your responsibility to have that tree removed. thursday night's wind storm took the lives of two people in the bay area. in one case, a man was killed by falling branches on austin street near fruitvale in oakland. the tree had been marked for removal but never taken
>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 10th. let's start a quick look at you are a weather with meet lease argen. >> good morning. temperatures in the 40s and 50s to start out. visibility is a problem in the north bay, also in the south bay with about three quarter visibility in san jose. here's the emeryville camera in the east bay. you will notice it is cloudy out there in spots but we will look for that to clear. watch out for some of the dense fog. temperatures in the 50s and 60s by noontime. once again you can see the pattern. it will be mild. we will see some sunshine. afternoon highs ranging from the 60s at the coast to the upper 60s around the bay. 70 inland. it will be a quietest evening and tomorrow most of you have the day off. this should follow suit once again. we are looking for rain headed our way by late in the day tomorrow. details on that coming up. carolyn. >> we will look for that. thank you, lisa. we begin with develop news out of southeast asia where recovery efforts are now underway in the philippine
at 28 miles per hour and loosens at livermore. it is foggy, which mike will tell us when it will lift. >> quarter-mile visibility in novato and half in santa rosa and 1.75 in half moon bay and fog has arrival delays at 47 minutes because of the low ceiling. we will be above quarter-mile visibility by 9:00 but we will have hazy sunshine through the afternoon. by noon we will see the clouds lift. we will go from fog through 9:00 to mostly cloudy by noon and sunshine in the afternoon with high clouds. 52 around the bay and 60 at noon and 63 at 4:00 and a brick 57 in the afternoon. hardly any fog in the east bay valley with temperatures in the 40's. mid-60's at noon and upper 60's at 4:00 and brisk and mid-to-upper 50's at 7:00. it will take better part of the afternoon to be in the 50's. >> if hayward, dozens of people are without power after a commercial epa slammed interest a utility pole so hard that it snapped the pole if half and brought down a transformer at 1:00 o'clock. initially, it knocked out positive we are to 5,700 pg&e customers. the driver would live the seen was caught an
'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 24th. let's get started with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> carolyn, live doppler 7 hd is not picking up any moisture, that could be changing the closer we get to thanksgiving, but right now, cold temperatures to talk about. only in the 30s for parts of our valley, especially in the north bay, but even around concord this morning, low 40s at the coast and 50s closer to the bay, but by noontime, everyone warms up, mid 50s coast, 60s inland. another sunny and seasonably mild day today with mid 60s, maybe even a few upper 60s, so the winds have shifted the northeasterly component has dropped off, so we have more moisture in our air, but will that lead to rain? i'll let you know, carolyn? >> lisa, thank you. there is a historic nuclear agreement this morning between iran, the u.s., and five other world powers. it was reached early today, geneva time, after weeks of secret meetings and decades of diplomatic silence. some loud objections are coming from israeli leaders. sergio contana has the det
morning, on tuesday at 6:00. thanks for joining us. >> we will find out what the temperatures right now and what to look forward to, today. mike? >> most of us in the 40's and not is cool as it was yesterday because of high clouds that will ared in and you is seen them on live doppler 7 hd and you can see a lack of radar runs with if rain in the forecast. day planner is not so hazy around the bay and it is still a "spare the air" day of 48. at noon we are at 58. thick are high clouds this afternoon and holding the temperature around 61 and mild this evening in the mid-50's. we have a few 30's but mostly clouds. poor air quality is the north today with upper 50's to low 60's throughout the afternoon and 53 at 7:00 and a last stop on the coast, our microclimate is 7:00&partly-to-mostly cloudy and upper 50's but mid-50's at 7:00 with the clouds hanging around. leyla gulen has the commute. >> we do want to give a word to the wise for the continued holiday weekend along i-5 this is an effort to prevent pa -- fatalities from california, through oregon and washington. we have an accident if pl
with matt keller telling us northbound 280 to the northbound and southbound highway 87 transition is shut down and you can see the backup. if you are traveling away from the 280 and 680 extension it is bumper-to-bumper traffic and 87, though, the traffic is moving along just fine and the rest of san jose is quiet. we have a brand new accident in stretch north bound 101 involving a motorcycle with heavy bumper-to-bumper traffic arrest from the 280 extension with slow traffic along 280 headed away from daly city. going back to san jose it is foggy so be came. if you are headed out along 87, this is along the off-ramp with low beams and not the high beams. mike nicco? >> we have 25 minute flight arrival delays because of the fog. we are down to less than quarter-mile visibility after half moon bay and quarter mile at sfo and oakland and three-quarters of a mile in novato and starting to see the fog spread to the shoreline not hitting the reporting stations. that is the biggest concern in the morning commute reduced visibility because of the fog. you can see it oversan francisco. it is the fo
for joining us. we feel lucky ourselves because you are here. >> we do. we ain't placing bets on it. here is mike with the weather. >> we will be warmer this morning and this afternoon. that is 100 percent, you can take it to the casino. live doppler 7 hd shows void of moisture, void of clouds, and we talk about the day planner. 64 at noon. near accident at 4:00. high cloud or two like we had yesterday and 58 at 7:00. inland, we are going from 60 in livermore to 37 in guerneville. temperatures in the mid-to-upper 40's and 66 at noon and at the coast we have a light breeze and cool 48 to start hanging in the low-to-mid 60's for the better part of the afternoon and back in the low 50's by 7:00. leyla gulen if. >> we are waking up to a few problems with one area with heavy, heavy traffic westbound 80 at central save one lane is blocked and the backup is massive coming away from highway 4 and another sheriff department mocking -- and another accident blocking the lane. at el sobrante a thousand needle s spilled on the road. the intersection will be busy as you head from tracy to dublin, it wi
on our website, facebook page and twitter. follow us there on abc7 news bay area. >>> police have announced arrests in connection with the robbery of a middle school student in antioch. now the victim's mother is speaking out, saying the crime could have been prevented. abc7 news reporter alan wang has the latest. >> i was like, oh, my god. >> this woman's son is a student at black diamond middle school and even though two deer valley high school students have been arrested for robbing her son with a gun, she's still afraid to reveal her family's identity, especially her son's. >> he said this time he showed his gun. i could here his voice crack so i knew he was upset. >> five high school students surrounded her 13-year-old son at this bus stop in antioch. >> and then he said give me all of your money and then he pulled up his shirt and showed him the gun. >> the boy's mother said the boy who had the gun threatened to kill her son two weeks ago. she's upset the suspect is in school one day after her son was robbed. >> they should have immediately sent out some type of alert over t
and a little cape crusader will see his wish come true. amy hollyfield joins us with a preview from abc7 news. >> we have the exclusive interview with miles and his father and he is such a cute kid the make-a-wish foundation. he will find out when he watches the news clip. >> breaking news from san francisco. >> cape crusader we need you and bring the batkid. >> five-year-old miles will transform into batkid. he will have a batmobile because of a subsequent rouse lamborghini owner who donates it and he will be busy rescuing a damsel in distress from the cable car line and batkid will rush off to a vault in downtown san francisco where the riddler is involved in a robbery and he will be taken away in handcuffs and then the mascot will have to be rescued from the penguin all because miles said his wish was to be batman. >> the wish is to be batman? >> yeah. >> they said that was his wish, we thought, trying to think what they would do and we thought he would get a suit or something like that. this is far beyond any expectation and...it is crazy, how big it has gotten and intimidating but it is
a fall storm. ahead, meteorologist, mike nicco, will tell us with the rain is and when you can expect to see it. >> in hair, more than a dozen people are left homeless after a fire. the panic that had a man make a quick escape from his home in dramatic nation. >> another disaster in the philippines after they try to recover from the devastating typhoon haiyan. >> breaking news story from the east bay, 15 people are homeless after an overnight fire at a hair apartment complex. a man had to jump from the second-story window to escape the flames. matt keller is on the scene. matt? >> we just got an update from firefighters. a dog was killed in the fire. firefighters are still on the scene talking with residents, mopping out. this was a lot of water on the round and in the apartments. they are clearing up the equipment. check out this video we shot off the phone of an apartment residents showing how huge the flames were when this fire broke out inside one of the two apartments destroyed. it started at 2:45. this was a family with a three-month-old baby. two men jumped from the balcony to
. >> thanks for joining us on this wednesday at 6:00. >> a check on the wet forecast. mike nicco is here. >> we have live doppler 7 hd to track the fog this morning. it is at the coast and the north bay valley with less than quarter-mile visibility at novato. the real heart of the forth is around novato and santa is up to 9 and santa rosa up to ten. it is cooler stepping outside by ten degrees. 52 at 7:00 this morning for the temperature. 4 and mild at noon and a few high clouds and sunny and 68 at 4:00. cooler this evening. grab a heavy coat. fog to the north and sun and 70's in the afternoon with a few high clouds and cooler in the evening. at the coast we have fog. we will hang out in the low-to-mid 60's for the better part of the afternoon. injury. we have plenty of concession -- congestion over the altamont pass. 47 minutes from tracy to dublin. you are in the red at 31 minutes from antioch to concor rafael to impede the commute. headed and walnut creek southbound 680 approaching main street the car is possibly blocking the lane but c.h.p. says traffic is flowing. it is. but we have
they arrived. >> good morning, on this veteran's day. thank you very much for starting your week with us. >> we have the 6:00 hour with a look at the forecast. mike? >> the big question, always is threat of rain on veteran's day but we took that threat out. this morning, we have fog but most of reporting stations, three miles are better, but there are thicker spots in between the reporting stations. watch out for that. the day planner for the bay shows fog at 50 through 7:00 and hang out at 60 the brightest part of the day with high clouds on the way and mostly cloudy at 4:00 and 64 and clouds in the evening. we have fog inland the next telephone hours and we will see a transition to high clouds and 64 and thicker in the afternoon and 66 by 7:00 not so cool as last night at 58. at the coast, well hand out in the 50's for the better part of the afternoon after starting out with clouds this morning and clouds through 7:00 but, still, in the mid-50's. leyla gulen? >> we have two sig-alerts in effect, one in san francisco now with three lanes blocked. as we take you to fairfield, this sig-alert is
to shield his face from us. residents say he recently was seven add throw day overviction notice and they tell us he had said "i am going to burn the place down." police say it is under investigation. a firefighter was hurt and taken to the hospital to be treated for heat exhaustion. they got the call at 2:47 this morning and they say it was a huge fire and they had to go into defensive mode. it wasn't safe to be inside but the fire now is out and they are calling the building a total loss. >> a long-term if a check on the forecast. mike? >> we have live doppler 7 hd and there is in radar return but a lost cloud cover. it is milder than it was this time year but, still, cool and we will start with the bay and talk about temperatures in the mid-to-upper 40's through 7:00 near 60 at noon and mid-60 throughout the afternoon temperatures well above average. it will be mild and dry this evening, about 56 degrees. the planner inland neighborhood, upper 30's to low 40's with clean air and no "spare the air" and low-to-mid 60's throughout the afternoon and no weather worries if you are t
>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm katie marzullo. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> katie, almost a 20-degree spread this morning from numbers near freezing in the north bay to near 50 in san francisco. we have 40s in between and live doppler 7hd depicting some clouds around san francisco and around san jose. a little fog on the coast, but overall you will notice the cooler numbers today. as much as 15 degrees cooler this morning in the north bay and cooler and breezier this afternoon. so 30s to near 50 as you head on out in the next couple of hours. but by noontime everyone should be in the 50s. low 60s, though, if you are inland. and by the afternoon a little breezy. temperatures not quite as warm as we've had, but very typical. low to mid-60s around the bay a few clouds around and by this evening cool again. there's a weak weather system providing a few clouds around the bay over the weekend. we will talk about that and the prospects for rain coming up. katie. >> sounds there. thank you. >> happening now, the new bo
>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 17th. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn, good morning to you. live doppler 7hd this morning not picking up any rain but fog has overspread parts of the bay. that sun coming up at 6:52. only some of you will see it. it will take some time for the fog to burn back. it's clear in the south bay so mid-40s for you around san jose and mountain view with upper 30s in the north bay. 50s around the bay. by noontime still a little bit of fog along the coast and in san francisco. but oakland and out toward the san ramon valley look for low 60s. mid-and upper 630s by 4:00. another sunny and mild day but it will be changing. in fact, it will look more seasonal in the days to come. i'll have a look at the rainy outlook coming up in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. a shooting in san francisco south of market district early this morning has sent two people to a local trauma center. that shooting near sixth and jesse streets happened
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